PFP is Princeton University’s only filmmaking club, founded in 2013 with the aim to provide students who love film an opportunity to work with their peers and create some amazing film! All of the work we create is student-written, cast, shot, and edited, and we’d love for you to join us! Whether you’re a writer, an actor, a composer, a showrunner, or anything in between, there’s always room for more creative minds. The group is currently run by President James Tralie ’19 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
What’s coming up? Check out our 24 hour film festival in early 2019! Teams will compete in a no-experience-necessary film competition! We’ll give you all the food, equipment and resources you need to make a short film in just under a day.
PFP operates like a movie studio and takes in student scripts and provides them with the resources to make their film a reality. We oversee the process from filming, to editing, to post-production, to ultimately getting the film on the big screen at the Garden Theater and at film festivals!